My friend and pear enthusiast, Jen McGuinness created an incredible Honey Pear Baklava that’s a perfect treat for Thanksgiving or anytime during the holidays. I love this new dessert for many reasons, but especially because it’s nut-free. You can bake this
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Baking NOW Holiday Tour
Guest bakers share favorite recipes you'll want to try at home. Plus, a chance to win a baking gift package provided by Nordic Ware and More Than Oregano!
I’ve barely finished my first cup of coffee and I’m already thinking baking. Did you get a look at this week’s Baking NOW photo? What an incredible layered treat we will be making this week! Jan of Jan’s Jars is
Herb Tips & Uses
Last year my borage hosted a summer long bee party that lasted long into the fall. It was a spectacular event that increased my harvest of tomatoes and veggies. Since then I’ve kept my eye on borage to see the different
I’m thrilled that just before the fireworks my garden is yielding a harvest. It’s been a cold, rainy season forcing my veggies and herbs to be ever-resilient. But just when I was feeling down and out about the season, I
It’s cool, crisp and sunny here. I’m incredibly thankful! We’re fortunate as other areas of the country have been slammed with hard rains and frosts. It won’t be too much longer and my northern garden will be facing the same fate.
Tomato season is over, but my keyhole garden is still hard at work. One of the unsung bonuses of cooler fall temps is the opportunity to plant a whole new garden. I’m thrilled to have different crops growing in my